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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Students To Enter Water Colors,
Drawings, Prints in Art Contest

Would-be artists have a final
chance to enter their works in the
Union-sponsored art contest by
bringing them to the Union Stu-
dent Offices between 3 and 5 p.m.
today.
After being judged tomorrow, all
paintings and drawings entered in
the contest will be exhibited in
the Main Lobby of the Union be-
ginning Saturday and extending
througl) Dec. 15.
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FIRST AND second prizes will
be awarded in each of four med-
Invitation
What is -the mysterious creak-
* ing, groaning voice heard on
the Diagonal today? "Kasper,
the friendly ghost," and his
goblins invite students to find
out at the annual Sophomore
Cabaret to be held from 9 p.m.
to midnight Friday and Satur-
day at the League.

iums. These divisions are oil, wat-
er colors, prints and drawings.
With $130 to work with, the
committee has decided to award
$20 to the first place winner in
each medium and $10 to the
second place contender. The ex-
tra $10 will be given in case of
a tie.
Prizes were donated by local
gift and book stores.
ACTING AS judges for the con-
test will be Marvin J. Eisenberg,
assistant professor of fine arts;
Arno L. Bader, professor of Eng-
lish and art critic for the Ann
Arbor News and Jean P. Slusser,
professor of drawing and paint-
ing and director of the Museum
of Art.
Students entering the contest
should present their work as
they wish to have it hung. The
committee has announced that
they can not do any matting.
Size limitations have been set
at 20 by 30 inches. Each contest
participant, upon bringing his

work to the Student Offices, will
be asked to fill out a short entry
blank and will be given a receipt.
OPEN TO ALL full-time Uni-
versity students, this is the first
time the contest has been held.
Members of the Sfudent Offices
house committee, in drawing up
plans for the project, hoped the
help stimulate interest in the Un-
ion and make it better serve the
needs of the students.
Also on the agenda in the
near future is a photography
contest and exhibit.
Hoping to make these exhibits
an annual affair, the committee
also feels that the paintings will
help to brighten up the Union and
make the lobby more attractive.
Further information on the con-
test may be had by either calling
or visiting the Union Student Of-
fices. Printed information sheets
are on hand.
Staffmen in charge of this pro-
ject are Dave Smith and Jerry
Hays.

DELICIOUS FOOD,
featuring
GERMAN-STYLE MEALS
Imported and Domestic Beers and Wines
IMETZGER'S (0 aat
Downtown at 203 E. Washington
Open 4 P.M. till midnight - Except Sunday
Phone NO 8-8987

JOYCE BEVA'

RTTA GEDROVICS

JOY STANLEA

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Parents Announce engagements

Bevan - Dowd
The engagement of Joyce Bevan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Bevan of Detroit, to David E.
Dowd, son of Mr. and Mrs. D.
Dowd of Massillon, O., was re-
cently announced.
Miss Bevan is a senior in the
School of Education and a mem-
ver of Delta Delta Delta.
Mr. Dowd is a senior in Law
School and affiliated with Phi
Alpha Delta and the Barristers.
The couple plan to be married
on Dec. 22 in the Old Christ
Church in Detroit.
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nounced the engagement of their Miss Gibbs is a junior in the
daughter, Joy Genia, to Charles E. School of Nursing.
Squires, Jr., son of Mrs. Reginald Mr. Franklin is a graduate of
Bassett of East Hampton and the Michigan State College, and re-
late Mr. Charles E. Squires. ceived a Bachelor of Science de-
Miss Stanlea is a sophomore in gree in police administration in
the literary college and is plan- August of this year.
ning to major in elementary edu- * * *
cation. She is a night editor on Stinson - Mead
the Women's Staff of The Daily.
Mr. Squires is a senior at Rbens-StnoduheofM.ad rs
selaer Polytechnic Institute inSti non, da gher ofM Sanarirs
Troy, N. Y~, studying aeronautical llE d
engineering. Calif., to Milton E. Mead, son of
No definite wedding plans have Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O. Mead of
been made. Bay City, was recently announced.
ben ad.Miss Stinson is a senior in the
literary college.
Gibbs - Franklin Mr. Mead is also a senior in the
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan M. Gibbs of literary college. He is a member
Ferndale announce the engage- of the varsity basketball team and
ment of their daughter, Ann the track team.
Marie, to Nylan D. Franklin, son The couple plan to be married
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Maurice Frank- on Jan. 24, 1954, in the First Meth-
lin of Midland. odist Church in Ann Arbor.
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SAVE ON HOLIDAY TRAVEL
Vulcans offer REDUCED RATES to
Chicago, New York, Buffalo
and Albany
Modern Reclining Seat Coaches
on New York Central R.R.
Tickets on Sale... Administration Bldg.
BUY TICKETS EARLY
Tuesday thru Friday, 1-4 P.M.

StudentsI Please tell
Your
Famil
your Ann Arbor telephone
number has been changed-
then their calls will reach you more promptly.
MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY

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Magnificently imaginative fabric
... yarn dye taffeta with metal-
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lovelier After Dark. In Black,
Copper, Peacock. Sizes 10 to 18. '
29.95
The jeweled hoop earrings and
bracelets from 1.00, necklace from
2.00.
Other holiday dresses of all kinds
for day and evening wear from
pastel wools to filmy nets. Sizes
from 9. Priced from 16.95 to
39.95.

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